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- 2005-03-18 08:39:49
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Subject: These are your national symbols on drugs
Seriously, this animator must have spent his USIA swag on some serious chemical inspiration. Is this the same guy who did the trippy drive-in movie refreshment ads with the fake Peter Max vibe?
Stephen Colbert should use this footage if he ever does a sketch about someone slipping him a hallucinogen. It already feels like the opening sequence from his show.
Subject: A few notes.
The "pyramid" is on the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States. Check the back of a 1.
The "recycling symbol" is actually the logo for the Bicentennial Commission.
Lastly, I'm going to steal dynayellow's comment about "Your Chance to Live: Technological Failures" ( http://www.archive.org/details/your_chance_to_live_tech ): This looks (and sounds) like something they'd show in old sci-fi to "re-educate someone".
Also, check out Grant Wood's "American Gothic" (When the eagle's flying around), with the very flashy farmer!
Subject: Nixon-Ford Plot
Subject: One of the strangest things I ever saw
Using this for my next video, thanks for posting it!
I actually feel pretty patriotic after watching it. Not to mention nostalgic. And high.
Subject: Stockstock film festival 2006 selection
Subject: mash-up 200 v jeopardy
Subject: More drugs please.
Subject: best piece of american propaganda ever!
Subject: Lemme get out my red, white and blue tie-dye...
The trippy visuals also have a decent jam band rock soundtrack. Put this movie up on the projecter at your next house party. The perfect addition to your 70's theme party.
Subject: Far out, dude
Camp meter reading off the scale!
Subject: Warning: May Cause Seizures
Subject: A perfect period piece
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